Semantik (formerly kdissert) is a mind-mapping application for KDE that helps creating documents such as reports or presentations.

Mind-maps are edited either as flat trees (linear view on the left) or in two dimensions (center). Each node on the map can be associated with tables, text, pictures or diagrams (bottom-left corner).

Maps are then converted to "flat" documents such as presentations or reports using document generators (bottom-right corner). This enables the rapid creation of technical documentation in the LaTeX, OpenOffice or Html format.

Download the source code here (2019-01-01) (signature) or clone the Git repository (changelog) then build Semantik using the included instructions (license: GPL V3). Our archives and git commits are signed using the project's public key.

Binary packages are also provided for the following systems Fedora 29, openSUSE 42.3 or Ubuntu 18.04 (signatures)

The bundled diagramming application called semantik-d helps organize and re-use diagrams. A variety of UML-like widgets (component, node, database, swimlane, etc) is provided to help create flowcharts and technical documentation.

Diagrams can be exported as PDF, SVG or PNG files from the user interface or from the command-line.